Shared Data Pages
You can use shared data pages to share your survey results without giving people access to a survey in their account. See an example »
Shared data pages are great if you want to easily share your results with someone. If you want to create a customizable report and add additional context to your results, you can create a results dashboard.
- Creating a Shared Data Page
- Customizing a Shared Data Page
- Commenting on a Shared Data Page
- Sharing a Shared Data Page
Creating a Shared Data Page
Shared data pages display custom charts as they appear in the Analyze Results section of your survey when you create the link. If you make visual changes to the charts after you create a shared data page, it won't automatically update–you'll need to create a new shared data page.
To create a shared data page:
People can bookmark or copy and paste your shared data page link and share it. To share a protected version of your results, password protect your shared data page.
Customizing a Shared Data Page
You can customize the following information:
Removing SurveyMonkey Branding
You can hide the SurveyMonkey branding at the bottom of your shared data page or use the white label URL.
Hiding SurveyMonkey Branding
To remove the SurveyMonkey branding from your shared data page:
Using a White Label URL
To use the white label URL for your shared data page:
Commenting on a Shared Data Page
Get feedback or work with others by inviting people to comment on your shared data page.
Sharing a Shared Data Page
You can get a link to your shared data page and share your survey results with anyone. If your survey is still open and collecting responses, the shared data page will update within a few minutes as more people answer your survey.
To share a link to your shared data page:
TIP! If you're on a team, you can share surveys with others and give them access to the Analyze Results section in their own account.
Limiting Access to a Shared Data Page
You can limit access to your shared data page by adding password protection or turning off sharing.
Adding password protection
You can password protect your shared data page. Anyone you share the link with will need to enter the password to access it. You can change the password at any time. Anyone you've previously shared the shared results page with will be prompted to enter the new password if they visit the link or refresh their browser.
To password protect your shared data page:
Turn off sharing
If you need to limit access to a shared data page after you've shared it, you can add a password or turn sharing off. Anyone you've previously shared the dashboard with won't be able to access the shared data page if they visit the link or refresh their browser.
To turn sharing off: